NERA's European Finance, Litigation, And Dispute Resolution Advisory Services At A Glance

Capabilities and Services

The financial landscape and the regulations that govern it are continuously changing. Initiatives by the European Union and individual countries to change the way they monitor and regulate financial markets, cross-border transactions, and institutions are generating new and challenging demands for market participants. In such conditions, a deep understanding of financial markets and the economics underlying financial products is vital to address regulators' concerns effectively, to assist with redrafting existing regulations, and to anticipate and manage current and new regulations and market challenges.

NERA is widely recognised as a leading firm in financial economics, securities, derivatives, valuation, and risk management. Our European Finance, Litigation, and Dispute Resolution Group is based in London and includes leading experts from around the world. NERA economists bring to bear a thorough understanding of financial markets and the regulatory institutions that govern them. The insights we apply in our roles as consultants and advisors build on experience gained as officers at major global institutions, financial regulators, faculty at top-tier universities, and industry arbitrators.

NERA economists provide advisory services to clients related to securities, derivatives, finance, valuation, and risk management. We work with regulators, banks, insurers, trade associations, corporations, building societies, and policy makers within the financial services sector. Our team combines rigorous economic thinking and quantitative analysis with practical experience. Our finance experts specialise in the design and evaluation of financial regulation; the application of techniques to measure and manage risks; and the development of financial sector policy. Our sectorial experience includes investment and savings products, insurance, mortgages, brokerage and trading (including clearing and settlement), consumer credit, debt management, and export credit.